In conjunction with St Kilda Cycling Club we hosted one of the toughest, richest and most iconic bike races in Australia. This was a race to remember, setting a new benchmark for spectacular action and criterium competition.
Here’s a few minutes of action from the Shimano Sport Camera & PRO Bikegear mount on the bikes of Team Giant-Shimano’s Koen de Kort (handlebar) and Avanti Racing Team’s Pat Shaw (saddle rail). Thanks guys!
Martyn Ashton and Road Bike Party 3 head to the USA with Sam Pilgrim taking the reins to show what a carbon Ridley Noah can do on the dirt. Kitted out with Vision Metron 81 wheels, Full Speed Ahead K Force brakes, cranks, bar and stem, Prologo saddle and bar tape along with Shimano shifting, this is probably the blingest bike ever to get down and dirty in San Diego!
We’re pretty sure we answered the question of “Can a road bike kill it in the dirt?” with a resounding yes!
No bikes were harmed in the making of this film. A couple of inner tubes were though.
Silas Patlove on Alexander Ave heading towards Sausalito, CA. Although I don’t remember it, I landed on my back, and hit the back of my Giro helmet, which probably saved me from serious brain injury. Although I had a mild concussion with a bit of memory loss around the event, I am very grateful to have escaped feeling only a little banged up. I cannot speak to the deer’s injuries. Also, thank you very much to the folks who stopped to help.